I'd like to know this sentence is correct grammatically: Anytime within Friday is available.

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    Competent writers would probably always spell any time as two words. Most native speakers would say "Any time on Friday is okay". Most native speakers wouldn't use OP's version with "available" - that would normally be "I am available any time on Friday". Jan 28, 2015 at 17:58
  • Or "I am available any time Friday"
    – user3169
    Jan 28, 2015 at 20:38

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This is ok.. But it would be more grammatically correct for you to say any time during Friday.

Hope this helps.

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